Government is instituted to guaranty to man the enjoyment of his natural and imprescriptible rights.
The object of all society ought to be the preservation of the natural and imprescriptible rights of man.
This sovereignty is one, indivisible, imprescriptible, and inalienable.
The Pope then declares that this law can never be cited against the imprescriptible rights of the Church.
It is limited by no "imprescriptible" right of the individual.
Nature has her imprescriptible rights, and every man must submit to them, in whatever condition he may chance to be placed.
The aim of every political association is the preservation of the natural and imprescriptible rights of man.
The right of the journalist is as sacred, as necessary, as imprescriptible, as the right of the legislator.
The author of any ideal creation—a poem, a drama, or a novel—has an imprescriptible property in the fame of his work.
There is no “imprescriptible right” to either independence or empire.
"inalienable, not subject to prescription," 1560s, French imprescriptible (16c.) or a native formation from assimilated form of in- (1) "not, opposite of" + Latin praescriptus, past participle of praescribere "to write beforehand" (see prescribe). Usually with right. Alternative imprescribable is attested from 1887.